Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #87 – Reflections

This week, Miriam (the showers of blessings), our guest host, invites us to share reflection photos.

Reflections in photography are fascinating as the photo of a lake, river, or pond can turn the scene upside down. Often, through a reflection image, we can interpret the reflections with little or no idea of the source scene. Here are a couple of examples:

The trees and sky were captured from the back window of a car.

The car hood framed the reflections of trees and sky nicely:

The most obvious place to find photogenic reflections in nature is in connection with water.

“Time and reflection change the sight little by little ’till we come to understand.”     

Paul Cezanne

Mr. B is always cooperative and patient. This time, my camera is very close to him to capture the reflection in his eye.

Thanks to Miriam for hosting the Reflections theme, please take a moment to visit her beautiful post. Hope you will join us. Remember to link your post to Miriam’s post and use the Lens-Artists tag to help us find your post in the WP Reader.

For the rest of March, we’ll follow our usual weekly schedule:

We look forward to seeing your creative and artistic reflection photography. Thank you for your participation and support. 

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